An abstract film about how loss can transform the way someone views everyday life. Here the fabric of the earth has changed, and black holes have become a malleable substance used to attempt to suffocate pain and thwart the flow of blood to vital organs. Time shifts and slows down to the confines of living underwater – where the liquid surface is now so dense that it is possible to pierce it with a cold, sharp needle.

performances: Emma Thimbleby, Jessica Cheeseman, Kathleen Bryson

Artistic Statement

dur: 3:30 min, format: Waterproof HD camera with customised lens and Ipod, country of production: UK, year: 2011

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